5 Fun Spring Classroom Activities For Kids

Spring is a season of renewal and growth, and these spring-themed educational worksheets are the perfect way to embrace the new season and improve learning. These resources offer students an engaging and interactive way to learn new skills and build on their existing knowledge. These can be used as morning work, in math centers, or as an assessment tool for pre-K to 2nd-grade students.
Spring is in the air and it is a season of renewal, growth, and fresh beginnings. 🍃 This season is also an excellent time to teach kids about animals, plants, and gardening. What better way to start a blooming school year than with some fun and educational spring classroom activities?

From write-the-room activities to scissor skills worksheets, these 10 spring activities will engage students, boost their creativity, and bring a touch of the great outdoors into the classroom. So whether you're a teacher, parent, or homeschooler, get ready to inspire your students with a burst of springtime fun and learning!

If you're ready to spring into fun and embark on a new season of learning and adventure, read along with this blog. It's time to add some excitement to your classroom to keep your students engaged and eager to learn. So celebrate the season by incorporating these spring learning activities!


With spring and warmer weather here, you may be searching for enjoyable ways to keep the kids busy. Our list of fun and easy spring activities for kids is sure to be a hit!

You can utilize any of these 5 resources to add color and sunshine to your classroom. I'm so thrilled to show you my recommended worksheets that are useful for your lesson plan and help your young students learn new things.

1. Spring Scissor Cutting Practice Worksheets

Practice cutting and tracing (pre-writing) with these 65 NO PREP Spring scissor skills worksheets and improve fine-motor skills by cutting and coloring.
These spring-themed scissor activities provide enjoyable tracing, coloring, and cutting worksheets for preschoolers, pre-K students, kindergartners, and students receiving occupational therapy or special education. They are perfect for morning work, practice sheets, independent seat work, small group lessons, and making spring bulletin boards.
In this fine-motor skills exercise, students will be able to trace, color, and cut the following shapes:
  • weather/rain/clouds
  • insects/bugs
  • animals
  • plants
  • foods
  • and other spring seasonal objects

2. Read Spring-Themed Read Alouds

This DIFFERENTIATED weeklong book companion is for Charlie the Caterpillar and provides you with EVERYTHING you need to teach reading comprehension and integrate science into your insects and butterfly units!
Charlie the Caterpillar will enable kids to study and discover personality traits, metamorphosis, caterpillars, butterflies, and friendships via the story of Charlie the Caterpillar. The activities in this spring read-aloud help you combine literacy and science in your classroom by teaching vocabulary, the life cycles of butterflies, writing, creating instructive illustrated posters, using graphic organizers, and more.

"This resource offers many different activities to support and enhance a wonderful story about acceptance and friendship," said Becky, one of those who reviewed this resource.

This March Read Aloud is for Jessica Finch in Pig Trouble by Megan McDonald. You will use the low-prep reading lessons and activities to guide your daily instruction in reading comprehension, responding to literature, writing block, and integrate science.
Looking for a resource on National Pig Day in March? Jessica Finch in Pig Trouble by Megan McDonald is a must-read for all Pig Lovers as spring approaches. It enables kids to boost their reading comprehension and responsiveness to literature adding excitement for your students.

With all the interesting and educational reading lessons and activities in this interactive read-aloud, your pupils won't even be aware of how much they are learning.

3. Spring Writing Activities

This March St. Patrick’s Day thematic trace and write the room set includes 24 spring holiday theme seasonal words and 8 DIFFERENTIATED worksheets for building vocabulary and practicing writing.
These spring write and trace the room activities are quick and easy to set up and the tracing and writing worksheets offer differentiation to meet the needs of all your students! They will practice and learn about march, spring, and Saint Patrick's Day words, how to trace and write upper and lowercase letters, practice writing sentences, and build vocabulary. As they explore the classroom matching pictures and words to their worksheets, they will be out of their seats and highly engaged.

For this particular resource, Samantha G. says, "WE love anything to do with write the room activities! and I love the simplicity of the cards for my pre-k crew. They have so much fun. I also loved that there was a blank writing sheet and trace writing sheet for all levels of learners."

Are you looking for daily picture writing prompts for your kindergarten, 1st , 2nd grade, and beginning writers to practice writing complete sentences? This resource includes 96 DIFFERENTIATED spring writing prompts to help students learn to write complete sentences in a guided and structured way.
This resource provides customized spring prompts, designed to assist students in composing complete sentences through guided and structured practices 

These spring-themed picture writing prompts are ideal for new writers to hone their skills in writing sentences and varying lengths. They cater to the needs of all students and come with clear instructions, making them ideal for use in centers or substitute days.

Kristen L. mentioned, "this really helped my students learn and practice writing sentences! They were really struggling with this during Writer's Workshop, and these worksheets really supported their needs."  

4. Spring Counting To 20 Math Worksheets

This Counting Spring and Easter objects to 20 Number Sense Recognition Word 1-20 Matching Game Activity provides interactive teaching and practice DIGITAL and PRINTABLE math activities for numbers one to twenty!
This activity for improving number sense is ideal for use during the months of March and April in small group settings, as morning work, in math centers, for RTI, or even as an evaluation tool for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten students to asses their mastery of counting scattered objects from 0-20.

The ability to count scattered objects with one-to-one correspondence is crucial for students to develop. This set provides an entertaining and interactive way for students to practice counting spring objects and finding the total amount in each of the 20 math tasks.

5. Spring And Easter Brain Teasers and Logic Puzzles

This set includes 20 DIGITAL and PRINTABLE problem-solving math tasks perfect for higher-level problem-solving skills and critical thinking. These spring holiday logic puzzles and games give students practice solving word problems using and hands-on manipulatives and math tasks.
These spring-themed brain teasers and logic puzzles will enhance the teaching of problem-solving mathematical tasks that are ideal for developing critical thinking skills. Students can practice solving word problems through hands-on manipulatives and math tasks.

These are excellent math activities for second and third-grade students in the months of March and April and are suitable for use in centers or on substitute days.


To sum it up, these spring-themed educational worksheets i recommended are a great way to students to engage with the coming season and improve their learning. Trying out these spring resources can be a great way for students to embrace the new season while improving their knowledge.

As we welcome the arrival of spring, it's important to take the time to appreciate the beauty and wonder of the world around us. Whether it's through outdoor activities, reading, or learning, there are many ways to enjoy the springtime.

May you influence your students to deepen their appreciation for the natural world and create memories that will last a lifetime. May you make the most of this new season and have some OINKTASTIC fun this spring. Happy teaching!🐷

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